In our Spanish lesson #41 I showed you how to conjugate the verb HACER in simple present (presente simple). Now we will see some examples using “verbo HACER” in present tense in some simple sentences. This is one of the most used verbs in Spanish, and it corresponds to the English verbs “to do” and “to make” together. However, it does not function as auxiliary verb for questions as the verb “to do” does in English. Ex: Did you go back home? Yes, I did.
In our next lesson we will do a review of Spanish possessive pronouns (pronombres posesivos) using some simple phrases and sentences.
Try to catch the Spanish pronunciation, and don’t forget to practice repeating the same words and sounds.